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Working As An Electronic Warfare Officer

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Example Of What An Electronic Warfare Officer does

  • Provided additional guidance for future models to improve system data tracking and mission playback.
  • HVAC-related experience included tours on an aircraft carrier, minesweeper, 2 cruisers and 3 destroyers.
  • Led USS WARRIOR through successful training cycle to include Safety, and Inspection and Survey.
  • Ensured maintenance production was performed with quality assurance and within the time allocated.
  • Qualified for command at sea by the Commander, Amphibious Squadron TWELVE.
  • Qualified Officer of the Deck, solely responsible for the safe navigation and security of the ship.
  • Provided mentorship and resources to Sailors in career development.
  • Tracked ship's performance in firefighting and damage control which is highly critical in the Navy.
  • De-conflicted and optimized eight different and incompatible Electronic Attack (EA) systems.
  • Performed fine measurement of Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) for the development of weapons systems and tactics refinement.
  • Developed, trained, and evaluated electronic warfare processes and procedures for B-52 aircrew members.
  • Qualified as a Surface Warfare Officer.
  • Retired US Navy Reserves, Commander (1991-2005) (O-5).
  • Lead Senior Combat Systems Advisor.
  • Zero failures of electronic warfare equipment due to extensive training of all soldiers.
  • Reduced Radio-Controlled Improvised Explosive Device attacks and casualties in 2006 by over 50%.
  • Maintained and coordinated DoN security clearances for USS BOONE and USS NASHVILLE.
  • Led creation of a brigade-wide Counter IED Task Force, ensured dissemination of rapidly changing enemy tactics & latest counters.
  • Managed all facets of shipboard maintenance on all electronic, navigation, and communications systems.
  • Earned 2 Navy Achievement Medals.

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Top Skills for An Electronic Warfare Officer

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Top Electronic Warfare Officer Skills

  1. Electronic Warfare Operations
  2. Combat Systems
  3. Commander
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Provided oversight of numerous projects to modernize the ships with new engineering and combat systems equipment.
  • Identified, classified and disseminated electronic emitters to Fleet and Battle Group Commanders.
  • Trained personnel in basic and advanced marine propulsion plant operations and casualty control procedures.
  • Led USS WARRIOR through successful training cycle to include Safety, and Inspection and Survey.
  • Performed tactical planning and offered input for Tactical considerations for Air Force Special Operations Squadron.

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